What brought you to homeopathy? Tell your 150 word inspirational story that connects you to homeopathy. How has homeopathy changed your life?
I became fascinated with homoeopathy after seeking treatment for myself and my children - and being so stunned at the results that I just had to retrain as a homoeopath myself! However, I am now setting up a practice in the ex-mining region of South Yorks where public awareness about homoeopathy is minimal to say the least. Being part of a larger community of homoeopaths will help my morale, I'm sure!
Check which applies. I . . .
am a homeopath
What is your vision for the future of homeopathy
I should like to see physics research demonstrating exactly how our system of medicine works, and to see it incorporated into the daily use of our countries medical system as a major treatment of choice - not just the patients' choice, but the medics' too!
Why I would like to join this network?
I want to promote homeopathy, I want to meet like-minded people, I want to advocate for homeopathy, I want to learn how to market my skills, I want to join a local community of homeopaths, I want to be involved with the homeopathic community at large
Write detailed background to introduce yourself. What school did you attend? Year of graduation? Degree or diploma? Where do you practice?
I used to be a freelance illustrator so I'm probably re-using some of those skills in my new profession, such as attention to detail, etc. And I am currently having fun designing a lively new logo for my new homoeopathy website- but unfortunately cannot direct anyone there just yet - it's still in progress!
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Homoeopathy has changed my life... totally!
What are your interests besides homeopathy? Inquiring minds want to know.
Other interests - reading, painting, being with friends and family... And laughing. And sunshine - in fact this, and working on ways to avoid or ignore miserable English winters is a rapidly growing interest as I get older! Does that make me sound shallow?
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Good to hear from you, you are right one can't do everything...and I think doing the focussed intention is probably the best use of limited time and energy in terms of 'returns'. I wonder if I there might be a way of 'advertising' it on this site. I have not found my way round it yet and am a bit resistant anyway to these virtual communities (Luddite!). Take care Inger
Hi Jane, sorry it took so long to get back to you - had a mad couple of weeks with loads of birthdays and work has been hectic - some homeopathy, some teaching. I have 3 kids - Hannah is 19, Malachai is 6 and Maia is just 5. How about you - four sounds busy! And we both like the sunshine - maybe we could meet up over the hols and chat homeopathy in a local park where the kids could play/picnic? How are you getting on setting up in practice? I find I have ups n downs with it - sometimes the most amazing experiences and it feels like such a priviledge to work with people in this way, and other times I go flat for a while and have something different to learn.... Hope all is well for you. Best wishes, Jan
Yes I was granted an Interview with Alan the Editor of www.Hpathy.com the focus of my interview was about my volunteer work in Bali.
you can read the article/interview here;
EZINE NOv. 2008 (just type it in the searchbox at hpathy)
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"An interview by Alan with Gina Tyler"(Forgot the title?)
Jane said:" and working on ways to avoid or ignore miserable English winters is a rapidly growing interest as I get older! Does that make me sound shallow?"
My reply to Jane;
I feel the same,Thats why I left Living in The Netherlands!,Horrible gloomy,grey,ugly weather!
Jane I do volunteer work on the Island Of Bali (Sunny/extremely hot/tropical/everywhere you look is green)
If you want to do Volunteer work in a mothering/birthing clinic using homeopathy please let me know.
Hello again Jane!
I like your page & enjoyed meeting you at our last meeting ~ see you at the next one. I feel its going to be a good network for us folks that have neded up in this neck of the woods!